Deer Valley Resort is located in Park City, Utah, which is a small town with big opportunities for fun! There are more than 100 restaurants and bars, multiple theaters, many arts and culture events, health clubs, spas and outlet stores. Winter activities include the Utah Olympic Park, ice skating, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, tubing, film festivals and World Cup events, just to name a few!
Salt Lake City International Airport, located just 36 miles from Park City, is serviced by most major airlines which makes travel in and out of the area very accessible. There are taxi and shuttle services available for transportation to and from the airport. Day and evening entertainment in Salt Lake City includes professional hockey and basketball games, ballet, opera, symphony, dance, theater, museums, historical sites and plenty of shopping.
In addition, all within a day's drive from Park City, are 13 other Utah ski resorts, Las Vegas, the Grand Canyon and 15 national parks and monuments.
Benefits, including health and ski privileges, are offered to Deer Valley employees.
Our Grooming Standards help our staff maintain a demeanor and appearance consistent with Deer Valley’s first-class image and the expectations of our guests. Please review our grooming standards prior to submitting an application.
Deer Valley Resort sets the standard in the ski industry with our well-groomed staff.
Deer Valley Resort has known for a long time that it is our staff who make the resort a leader in the ski industry. With over 1,000 staff members celebrating five or more consecutive years of service during the 2012-13 ski season, it is clear that staff is committed to the success of the company.
“Deer Valley is like one giant family. I love working for a company that treats you like family. There are always people that are willing to help and there is that sense of camaraderie that you just can’t seem to find anywhere else. It makes it hard to want to work anywhere else.”
“We take care of the guests, each other and Deer Valley. In turn, Deer Valley takes care of us.”
“To me, Deer Valley means the best ski resort in North America, operated by the best employees in the world! It's the people who make Deer Valley what it is today.”
“I came to Deer Valley Resort the opening season not really knowing what to expect. When I interviewed I was told about a company that wanted to hire a great staff, take good care of them and offer the best service in the business. I have been with Deer Valley ever since and I have found that to be true. There is a sense of community and purpose that is unique.”
The founder of Deer Valley Resort, Edgar Stern Jr., had a vision for Utah. He wanted to combine his love of skiing with the service, food, and amenities of a five star hotel. Stern was known as a visionary. “He built Deer Valley as a first class resort when nothing was happening in Utah. Everybody thought he was crazy,” said Deer Valley’s General Manager Bob Wheaton. “He stuck with high quality and high service even though hard times. Sometimes the chips were down, but he never let go of his vision.”
Our staff, known for being welcoming, knowledgeable, attentive, and approachable, prides themselves on the exceptional customer service they provide. The Deer Valley three-circle business model teaches employees to find the balance between taking care of the guest, the company and each other. They are encouraged to emulate a professional and friendly attitude at all times.
The use of other on-snow devices such as, but not limited to, snowboards, teleboards, ski bikes, sleds, toboggans or monoskis are restricted from use on the mountain. Reasonable accommodations for adaptive ski devices will be made; however, they must be in accordance with the resort's skiing only, on alpine or telemark equipment, policy. Standard adaptive devices recognized by the ski industry and provided by the National Ability Center which provide for equal access and experience are welcome at Deer Valley.